We haven’t seen the name Bluebird grace our pages since 2008 (gee, has it been that long already?) where they rolled out a Windows Mobile 6 Pro-powered device, but fast forward a couple of years and you get the AutoID PDA which no longer favors Windows Mobile, but runs on Google’s Android operating system instead. This model will come with a 3.5″ VGA display, a 3-megapixel camera with autofocus, HSDPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, A-GPS support, a RFID reader and a barcode scanner. It is also pretty hardy, making it suitable for butterfingers as it can handle drops from 1.8m high without any injury to its innards. No idea on pricing though, but the 4,400mAh battery ought to make it last the distance.
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